[T]he different chapters of this valuable work ask educators and schools to review their practices and analyse their pre-judgments, assumptions and provision around different aspects of inclusivity of Muslim students. . . The usefulness of the book lies in the simplified and practical approach that integrates nuanced theoretical analysis, background information, relevant case-studies and in-depth reflective questions. The book is essential reading for anyone interested in supporting young Muslim learners in non-Muslim Western majority contexts. It can be used by schools interested in enhancing their inclusive environment, by individual practitioners seeking to develop their professional practice or by tutors working with groups of trainees on diversity and inclusivity issues.